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College facilities may be used for student activities as well as community activities. All facilities are scheduled through the Facilities Department located on the second floor of the Student Union Building. A handicapped entrance and elevator are available at the northwest entrance of the Main Building.
The College Bookstore is located on the first floor of the Student Union. All required instructional books and reference materials for scheduled courses at LCC are available in the bookstore. The bookstore carries all the latest LCC apparel, caps, kids’ gear, supplies, gifts, collectibles and a great candy and snack selection. The College Bookstore can be contacted by calling (620) 421-6700, extension 1165 or 1166. Normal business hours are 8:00 am to 4:30 pm with expanded hours at the beginning of each semester.
Textbooks and other reference materials are also available for scheduled courses at the LCC Cherokee Center. Additional books or reference materials may be ordered through the Main Campus Bookstore and sent to the Cherokee Center for pick up. The LCC Cherokee Center may be contacted by calling (620) 232-5820. Normal business hours are Monday – Thursday from 7:30 am to 7:30 pm and Friday from 7:30 am to 5:00. Online students or other students who do not have the opportunity to come to either bookstore may call the Main Campus Bookstore and have the books mailed to them. A list of textbooks and all pertinent information may be found on the Bookstore page.
The Business Office is located on the second floor of the Student Union. Students may pay their bills or make inquiries about a bill in the Business Office. The Business Office can be contacted by calling (620) 421-6700, extension 1231. Cherokee Center The Cherokee Center is located south of Pittsburg at the junction of HWY 400 and HWY 69. The Cherokee Center offers day and evening general education courses, and the Dental Assistant Program. Staff at the Cherokee Center are able to assist with advising, enrolling and financial aid.
Ed Hendershot Gallery
The Ed Hendershot Gallery is a modern climate-controlled exhibition space measuring 15 feet by 54 feet located on the second floor of the LCC Main Building. It is a multi-functional area that can accommodate a wide range of events. Its primary purpose is to serve Labette Community College students and residents of Southeast Kansas by providing a place for activities that promote personal enrichment and lifelong learning. Ideally, these cultural, intellectual, and social activities will enhance the quality of community life.
The LCC Foundation/Alumni Office is located at 1227 Broadway.
The H Building is located south of the Student Union. The building houses classrooms and office space for Art, Communication, Electronic Technology, Graphic Design, and Psychology programs. Other department offices and general education classrooms are also housed in this facility. An elevator is located just inside the handicapped accessible entrance on the east side.
The Library is located located at 1230 Main Street and provides an academic environment for students and faculty. The Library’s over 24,000 volumes and over 80 hard copy magazines and journals attempt to provide support for all areas of study at Labette Community College. The Library maintains online periodical databases for students to access additional magazines, journals and newspapers, as well as reference materials. Some of these databases include full text and page images of the materials. There is also access to federal and state documents and other research assistance through the Library’s webpages. Using the Web to provide library resources and email reference allows the Library to serve LCC students at various locations including distance education and extension sites. The Library provides WI-FI and Internet computers with the Office Suite that can be used by all students.
In addition, the interlibrary loan service can provide materials not owned by the Library from other libraries throughout the United States. Students have access to the Web, and email in the Library. Qualified librarians are available to provide assistance and library instruction programs upon request. The Library is open during the fall and spring semesters Monday through Thursday from 8:00 am – 9:00 pm and Friday 8:00 am-12:00 pm. During the summer semesters the hours are 7:00 am –7:00 pm Monday and Tuesday, 7:00-4:30 Wednesday and Thursday and closed on Friday.
The three-story Main Building provides space for many classrooms and programs. The first floor houses the biological science, communications, and English departments, as well as the Library. In addition to classrooms, the second floor houses administrative offices, the Print Shop, Thiebaud Theatre, and the Ed Hendershot Gallery. Business and computer sciences departments, as well as computer labs and the Computer Services Office, are located on the third floor. An elevator is available by the handicapped accessible entrance located on the northwest side of the building.
Main Building Annex
Connected to the northeast corner of the Main Building, the Annex houses chemistry, physics, mathematics offices, classrooms and laboratories. A handicapped accessible door is located at the east entrance.
Multipurpose Building (Gymnasium)
The Multipurpose Building (Gym) houses the Athletic Department and offices. The building includes facilities for basketball, wrestling, volleyball, intramural sports, baseball and softball hitting and pitching, physical education activity, and athletic training courses. The facility is also used for other activities that require a large indoor space or a large amount of seating.
The Music Program is located at 1225 and 1229 Broadway. The buildings include studio space, classrooms, performance space, a piano lab, a music theory computer lab, and faculty office.
Several free parking lots are provided on the main campus. There is also curb parking around the campus. Students are expected to park properly and to respect parking signs, other vehicles, and pedestrians at all times. Improper parking may result in a fine from the College or city police. Any fines imposed by the College are to be paid in the Business Office.
Physical Therapist Assistant Building
The Physical Therapist Assistant program is housed at 1401 Main, Parsons, KS.
Public Relations Office
The Public Relations Office is located at 1227 Broadway.
The Student Affairs Office is located on the second floor of the Student Union Building and includes the Vice-President of Student Affairs Office, the Admissions Offices, the Financial Aid Offices and the Registrar’s Office. The Admissions Office coordinates LCC recruiting and assists with advising. Advising is available to first time LCC and return students who have not declared a major. Applications, enrollments and Add/Drop forms are also processed in the Admissions Office.
Please see the Financial Information section for Financial Aid information. The Registrar’s Office is responsible for the academic records of all LCC students. Other responsibilities include verifying degree/certificate eligibility; coordinating enrollment of students; evaluation of transfer courses; and commencement coordination.
Student Life Office
The Student Life Office is located on the first floor of the Student Union Building. The Student Life Specialist oversees the Organizations and clubs, Student Government Association, and Campus Activities Board. Organizations, clubs, SGA and the many campus activities that are offered throughout the year help keep our students involved and enhance their college experience. There are also computers, big screen TV, video games, etc. available to LCC students in the Student Life Office.
The Student Union is the central location where students can enroll, apply for financial aid, pay for tuition and fees, purchase their textbooks, get a home-cooked meal, then relax in the student lounge without leaving the building.
Primary offices and services located in the Student Union are: Student Government, Student Life Coordinator, Cardinal Café, College Bookstore, Admissions, Business Office, Financial Aid, Student Affairs, Human Resources, Accommodation Services, and Facilities/Auxiliary Services.
An elevator is available for access to the second floor and there are two handicapped accessible entrances located at the northwest and southeast sides of the building.
Located in the Main Building, the 200-seat modern theatre with its thrust stage is used for cultural events such as plays, music recitals, and concerts. When not being used for these events, it is used as a lecture hall for courses and as a meeting place for organizations, seminars, and workshops. An elevator and handicapped accessible entrance are available on the northwest side of the Main Building.
Zetmeir Health Science Building
This newly constructed LEED two-story building has classrooms and labs for many of the Health Science Programs. The first floor houses Radiography, Sonography, and the Respiratory Therapy Programs along with a high tech simulation center which is utilized for hands on training by all Health Care Programs. The second floor is devoted to the Nursing Program.